18 – 23 JULY 2021
Land’s End to John o’ Groats (LEJOG) 1400 km
A 1400 km Audax, long-distance cycling event from the far south-western edge to the far north-eastern corner of the UK , at randonneur standard!
Start: Land’s End, Cornwall
Start date: Sunday 18 July 2021
Start time: 09:00 am
The LEJOG 1400 is a 1402 km cycling event sanctioned by Audax UK (AUK), set for 18-23 July 2021.
The LEJOG 1400 starts at the headland of Land’s End, Cornwall, the far south-western corner of the UK mainland and finishes at the village of John o’ Groats, the far north-eastern corner of the UK mainland.
The event is a randonnee, not a race! Those taking part have a maximum of 116-hours & 40-minutes to complete the challenging 1402 km route.
Land’s End to John o’ Groats is a longstanding route from the southwest tip of the UK to the northern tip – from Cornwall through the Cotswolds, the Midlands, the North, and finishing off in the Scottish Highlands, a windswept land of glacial lakes and an economy of trees. A succession of different terrains, architectures, and history. Celtic lands at the start and finish.
Entries are now open for the 2021 edition!
Event entry page:
We will continue to monitor the situation regarding the Covid-19 Pandemic throughout the Winter months to see whether or not the situation improves. Geographically, the event will be passing through England; Wales and Scotland so guidance from all three countries will have to be taken into consideration. More on this subject in January.
Randonnees are traditionally non-competitive/non-commercial long-distance cycling events where the emphasis is on completing the route and distance within the time limit.
Audax UK are the British randonneurs. For more information on randonnees, click on the link below:
For the Audax UK website, click on the link below:
** No SR or any other qualification required to ride this event! **
Can’t make it in 2021?
The 2022 edition is set for 03 – 08 July 2022! There’s been a surprising number of enquiries coming in already for the 2022 edition and judging by the level of interest we’re already planning for 500 riders next year.
2022 Event info here: